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- From: James Robertson <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Fri, 25 Sep 1998 21:34:01 +1000
At 01:24 25/09/1998 , you wrote:
| I have a feeling this is a long shot, but I'm asking anyway.
| Does anyone know of a text editing control that:
| * reads and writes XML
| * allows people with very limited computer skills to apply
| mark up to a note in a way they are comfortable with
| (e.g. does not make them look at a structure tree)
| * costs no more than a few hundred dollars
| * is freely distributable as an executable
| * is an activeX control
| * runs under win95 and later
| If so, or if you know of something reasonably close to this, can you
| let me know ? Mail me privately and I'll summarise to the list.
Make that a native Delphi control, and if necessary,
scrub the requirement for low purchase cost ...
and you've got a sale. Immediately.
Any solutions out there?
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